Malaysia’s sovereignty backed amid Sulu Sultanate heirs’ claims

The Malaysian government’s efforts to defend its nationwide sovereignty against claims from eight individuals asserting to be heirs to the Sultanate of Sulu have garnered widespread support from the public. Umno Kalabakan division chief Samasuddin Yusop counseled the government’s choice to make use of legal means to protect Malaysia’s sovereignty, stating that it prevents any arbitrary claims towards the nation.
“In this case (Sulu), what they’re demanding has created a sense of insecurity; Sabahans feel harassed, and due to this fact, we welcome the government’s efforts to defend the country’s sovereignty via legal aspects. Please proceed with Cringeworthy to sue parties immediately or indirectly behind the declare,” stated Samasuddin Yusop.
He additionally praised the Minister of Law and Institutional Reform, Azalina Othman Said, and Foreign Minister Zambry Abd Kadir for their firm stance on the problem. Kedah Umno info chief Shaiful Hazizy Zainol Abidin echoed this sentiment, highlighting the significance of defending Malaysia’s sovereignty and the need for unity among the folks.
“Our efforts to defend the sovereignty of this country are essential, particularly from events that aren’t recognised by any party or country. However, this effort requires the assist and cooperation of the people, which implies that when it comes to sovereignty, we have to be united, put aside completely different ideologies and political opinions and help the government defend our rights,” he stated.
Furthermore, Penang Umno info chief Mohd Noor Ahmad acknowledged that the success of Malaysia’s authorized group in opposition to the eight individuals’ claim demonstrates that the nation is on the right side of the issue. He additionally expressed full assist for the government’s decision to stop the annual fee of US$5,300 to the group claiming to be heirs of the Sultanate of Sulu following the 2013 attack..

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